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Trials And Tribulations Of Teaching An On Line, Live, Interactive Internet Course
2001 Annual Conference Proceedings
Most of the instructor's colleagues who teach internet courses, put the course on the web for students to access, study and complete assignments on their own. Last spring, the graduate civil engineering course, "Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities Design and Safety" was taught on the web interactively, i.e., a "Chat room" model. Our system allowed (when it worked properly) voice communication (lecturing, etc.) by the instructor. The students had to respond via a chat room. The paper describes ourdoi:10.18260/1-2--9920 fatcat:5fhrzj2p2bhzzins66wgrfvfdi